DeWitt & Dunn, LLC Announces Launch of Weekly “Women, Money & Power” Radio Show

Host Cathy DeWitt Dunn, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst®, will focus on the financial challenges faced by today’s women – particularly women who are going through divorce.

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Helping women navigate complex financial issues during and after divorce.

It's critical that women have a clear picture of the family’s financial situation and what they might be entitled to when they are facing divorce.

Addison, TX (PRWEB) October 04, 2013

DeWitt & Dunn, LLC announced today the launch of its new radio show, “Women, Money, & Power” on Dallas Fort Worth’s WBAP radio network. Hosted by Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® and nationally known retirement income specialist Cathy DeWitt Dunn, the weekly radio show provides detailed insight on critical financial matters including tax consequences, asset distribution, retirement plan division, continuing health care coverage, and more.

"I’ve helped thousands of people plan for income in retirement and provide financial protection for their spouses and children," said Cathy DeWitt Dunn, Certified Financial Divorce Analyst®, and host of the radio show. "Sadly, I’ve noticed that women often don’t have a clear picture of the family’s financial situation or what they might be entitled to when they are facing divorce. During such a difficult time, it’s important to have a team of experts in your corner to help you make sound decisions that are going to carry you through the rest of your life.”

DeWitt Dunn also notes that it is critical for women to educate themselves when it comes to financial matters, especially when it comes to retirement accounts. One of the show’s main focuses will be on Qualified Domestic Relations Orders, or QDROs – an often overlooked item in divorce settlements.

“If you’ve spent most of your life caring for your family while your spouse was earning the family income, a QDRO can ensure you get your share of any pension, 401k, or other retirement plan your spouse contributed to during your marriage. Don’t assume that your divorce settlement will protect your rights to retirement monies unless you have a QDRO,” cautions DeWitt Dunn.

“Women, Money & Power” can be heard every Sunday from 11 a.m. to noon on 820 WBAP AM and 96.7 WBAP FM and on Sundays from 5 a.m. to 6 a.m. on 570 AM KLIF. More information on how women can take control of their retirement futures with a Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO) can be found on the Women, Money & Power website.


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